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Top 10 Books Podcasts

Apr 11, 2024

The Best Books Podcasts from millions of podcasts available on the Goodpods platform and ranked by listens, ratings, comments, subscriptions and shares.

Boring Books for Bedtime Readings to Help You Sleep

288 Episodes

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Avg Length 53m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

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Boring Books for Bedtime is a weekly sleep podcast in which we calmly, quietly read something rather boring to silence the brain chatter keeping you awake. Think Aristotle, Thoreau, and whoever wrote the 1897 Sears Catalog—mostly nonfiction, mostly old, a perfect blend of vaguely-but-not-too interesting. If you're on Team Sleepless, lie back, take a deep breath, and let us read you to rest.
Sandman Stories Presents

229 Episodes

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Avg Length 14m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

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Tired but can't fall asleep? Here I do my best to find interesting stories from the public domain and read them to you until you fall asleep. The stories are mostly folktales from around the world. Best listened to during work, during commutes, when you are trying to fall asleep, or any time that you need a calm friend to read to you. Enjoy! All of my links can be found here~ https://linktr.ee/Sandmanstoriespresents
Thoughts from a Page Podcast

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Avg Length 35m

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Latest episode 15 hours ago

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Thoughts from a Page is hosted by me, Cindy Burnett, a voracious reader and book columnist who provides you with casual author conversations and insider information on all of the newest releases that I have read and personally recommend. With so many books coming out weekly, it can be hard to decide what to read so I find the best ones and share them with you. Listen to find your next great book.

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A Novel Console

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A Novel Console

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Avg Length 67m

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A husband and wife sit down every week to talk about books, video games, and food they experienced recently. Join Chris and Karradyne as they make fun of everything they love and themselves. You can contact us at:[email protected]

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The Worst Bestsellers

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The Worst Bestsellers

248 Episodes

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Avg Length 86m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

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We read stuff so you don't have to.

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Dinner at Yiffany’s

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Dinner at Yiffany’s

77 Episodes

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Avg Length 35m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

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Dinner at Yiffany’s brings the Furry world to you wherever you are. We often don’t have time to sit and read, especially to read erotic works. Instead, let us bring it directly to your ears. I read. You listen. Relax...and come again. Want to show more support?! https://www.patreon.com/dinneratyiffanys https://ko-fi.com/dinneratyiffanys

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Brother Knows Quest

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Brother Knows Quest

50 Episodes

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Avg Length 21m

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Latest episode 1 day ago

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Welcome to Brother Knows Quest, the podcast where I (Ramie) introduce my sister (Beth) to the wonderful world of tabletop role-playing games. Each episode, we'll explore a different game, genre, or theme, and share our thoughts, opinions, and experiences. Whether you're a seasoned gamer or a curious newbie, join us as we dive into the stories, mechanics, and characters of various ttrpgs. This is Brother Knows Quest, and we're ready to roll!
Shojo & Tell: A Manga Podcast

119 Episodes

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Avg Length 78m

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Latest episode 15 days ago

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A manga discussion podcast focusing on shojo (and josei!) series that make your heart go doki-doki. Covering classics like CLAMP’s “Cardcaptor Sakura” and Yuu Watase’s “Fushigi Yuugi” to newer favorites like Kazune Kawahara’s “My Love Story!!” and Hiro Fujiwara’s “Maid Sama!” Shojo & Tell host Ashley McDonnell discusses one series per episode with a rotating shojo superfan. We're recreating all those impassioned rants you'd have with your friends about your favorite series, just in podcast form. Shojo [or shoujo] manga: Japanese comics made for young women. A breath of fresh air after reading over 100 volumes of “One Piece.” The underappreciated sibling of all those same-y never-ending shonen titles.
Writing About Dragons and Shit

114 Episodes

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Avg Length 61m

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Latest episode 7 days ago

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This is the official podcast feed for Writing About Dragons and Shit - a podcast about writing with a focus on fantasy and sci-fi. Each week B Dave Walters (A Darkened Wish, Idle Champions Presents), Erin M. Evans (Brimstone Angels, Dungeon Scrawlers), and Treavor Bettis (Difficulty Class, Champions of Psychology). New Episodes go live every Wednesday at 4am PST!

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The Wrath of the iOtians

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The Wrath of the iOtians

93 Episodes

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Jake and Ron are two Gen X friends who discuss fantasy, horror and science-fiction books, movies and streaming shows with their unique insight and quirky sense of humor. They also interview amazing authors such as World Fantasy Award and Locus Award winner Fonda Lee, Bram Stoker Award winners Jonathan Maberry, Christopher Golden and Grady Hendrix, New York Times bestseller Jason Pargin, JS Dewes, Sylvain Neuvel, Edward Ashton, Juliette Wade, Marina Lostetter and many more! Subscribe and join the hundreds of other listeners from around the world. Jake and Ron have known each other since their college days in Boston. Jake is a lifelong fantasy, horror, and science-fiction fan and has an extensive background working in independent bookstores and publishing in the Boston area. Ron grew up loving comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars and RPG. He is currently a project manager in technology in the Seattle area. Both are big fans of Dune and Twin Peaks. Subscribe on all major podcast platforms. Twitter: @OfiOtians, Instagram: @thewrathoftheiotians, Email: [email protected]

Book Podcasts

A great way to understand and find a new opinion or persepective on the book you are reading is by listening to book podcasts! We all know that reading is a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. In fact, many of us love nothing more than talking about our favorite books with fellow book lovers. That's why book podcasts have become so popular.

With so many book podcasts out there, it can be hard to find one that really stands out. The truth is, the books podcasts genre is in need of some serious innovation. Author interviews can be inspiring, but let's face it, they often turn into the same old conversations about the writing process and book promotion. And too many shows feature the same guests promoting the same books.

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We believe that good book podcasts should be fresh, engaging, and genuinely innovative. Our listeners have taken the liberty of rating the top books podcasts for you. That's why we're here to offer a unique perspective on the books we love. We won't just give you the same old interviews and promotions - we're here to discuss, debate, and challenge.

What's the best books podcast right now in 2024?

Goodpods aggregates the best books podcasts people are listening to right now. From fiction favorites to new releases, these shows are guaranteed to be entertaining and informative. Check out the top-rated books podcasts in 2023 according to the Goodpods listeners. Explore our popular categories like Arts PodcastsDesign Podcasts, and Performing Podcasts.

Frequently Asked Questions About Books Podcasts

Can I discover new books podcasts on Goodpods?

Absolutely! Goodpods allows users to discover new books podcasts by exploring curated lists, following influencers, and checking out recommendations from friends. The platform makes it easy to find podcasts that align with your literary interests.

Are books podcasts suitable for aspiring writers?

Yes, many book podcasts cater to aspiring writers by offering valuable insights into the writing process, featuring interviews with authors, and discussing industry trends. These podcasts can provide inspiration, advice, and a deeper understanding of the creative and professional aspects of writing.

How can I share my favorite books podcasts on Goodpods?

You can share your favorite books podcasts on Goodpods by simply searching for the podcast within the app and clicking on the "Share" button. This action not only adds the podcast to your profile but also shares it with your followers, helping others discover your recommendations.

Do books podcasts only feature traditional literature, or do they cover other formats?

Books podcasts often cover a wide range of literary formats, including traditional novels, non-fiction works, poetry, audiobooks, and graphic novels. Some podcasts also explore related topics like publishing industry insights, writing tips, and literary events, offering a diverse and comprehensive look at the world of books.

Is Goodpods a good platform for podcast enthusiasts who love books?

Absolutely! Goodpods is an excellent tool for podcast enthusiasts who love books. The platform's focus on social discovery, recommendations, and community engagement makes it a valuable resource for connecting with fellow book lovers and discovering new and exciting books podcasts. Here are some book podcasts recommendations from Goodpods: The Lonely PaletteArt DetectiveThe Modern Art Notes Podcast, & ArtCurious Podcast.

How often is content updated on Goodpods, and how can I stay informed about new books podcast recommendations?

Goodpods is regularly updated with new content and recommendations. To stay informed, consider following influencers, checking out trending podcasts, and engaging with the community. Additionally, you can receive notifications about the latest episodes and recommendations from people you follow.

Check out these Books Podcasts

Heart to Heart w/Author Tammy D. Thompso

5 Episodes

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Avg Length 33m

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Latest episode 11 years ago

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As an author, life is always the subject matter of all discussions. So here we'll discuss life in terms of love, trust, family, problems and solving them, poetry(my heart) and whatever other issues are prevelent in today's society. This is a show of substance and meaning. Join in and share your thoughts.

Developing Others

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Developing Others

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Avg Length 28m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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Developing Others

Mi blog hablado

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Mi blog hablado

26 Episodes

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Latest episode 12 years ago

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Bücherrauschen

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Bücherrauschen

68 Episodes

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Avg Length 24m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

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Tauche ein in die Welt der Bücher. Du wolltest schon immer wissen, wie ein Buch entsteht und wie ein*e Autor*in zum Verlag kommt? Oder hast du dich schon einmal gefragt, warum Bücher überall den gleichen Preis haben? Carina und Jenny erzählen euch von ihrem Verlagsalltag und geben Insights aus der Buchbranche. Hier ist "Bücherrauschen" – der Podcast aus und über die Literaturwelt.

Inja Faghat 3dast Ke Mimanad

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رویکردی برحال و احوالات روزانه ما😊
Clio/Mireille: A Fanfiction Podcast

31 Episodes

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Avg Length 78m

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Latest episode 10 months ago

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Clio and Mireille survived grad school together, but that was just the first step. The vast archive of fanfiction awaits and they must band together to read and analyze it, one pairing at a time. Clio's PhD in English and Mireille's history with AO3 should make them perfect partners. But can they overcome their differences? Or will this impossible task drive them further apart? They can talk about pairs - but can they make one?
Anatomy of Melancholy Volume 1, The by Robert Burton (1577 - 1640)

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

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The Anatomy of Melancholy is a book by Robert Burton, first published in 1621. On its surface, the book is a medical textbook in which Burton applies his large and varied learning in the scholastic manner to the subject of melancholia (which includes what is now termed clinical depression).
Though presented as a medical text, The Anatomy of Melancholy is as much a sui generis work of literature as it is a scientific or philosophical text, and Burton addresses far more than his stated subject. In fact, the Anatomy uses melancholy as the lens through which all human emotion and thought may be scrutinized, and virtually the entire contents of a 17th-century library are marshalled into service of this goal.
Burton is forthright about his intentions in writing the Anatomy — "I write of melancholy by being busy to avoid melancholy," he concedes. This acknowledged desire to distract and amuse himself motivated Burton to produce a wide-ranging document, containing digressions and commentary. Whatever its strengths as a medical text or as a historical document, it is the Anatomy's vast breadth — addressing topics such as digestion, goblins, the geography of America, and others — and the particularly characteristic voice of its author that are most commonly cited by its admirers as the main sources of its appeal. Both satirical and serious in tone, the Anatomy is "vitalized by (Burton's) pervading humour", and Burton's digressive and inclusive style, often verging on a stream of consciousness, consistently informs and animates the text. (Summary from Wikipedia)

Leer Conmigo Lan

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Leer Conmigo Lan

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Cada día voy a leer un fragmento de un libro cualquiera

The KaWThAr's Pod

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The KaWThAr's Pod

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Avg Length 3m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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Just my thoughts and what I believe in

Paci

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Paci

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Ppidcas chido
The Writer’s Parachute

85 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 15 days ago

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Guiding Author and Writer dreams to a perfect landing. Providing tips, tools, tactics, and real talks about what to do when things don’t go as planned with your writing, publishing, marketing, and promotion. Donna Sager Cowan, a published, award-winning author, editor, ghostwriter, and writing coach, shares her invaluable tips, insight, and easy to follow steps for writers and author at every stage.

However Improbable

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However Improbable

81 Episodes

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Avg Length 48m

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Latest episode 16 days ago

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However Improbable is a podcast book club about Sherlock Holmes, by and for the people who love him. Every other week, detective lit enthusiasts Marisa and Sarah present a fresh new recording of Holmes and Watson’s adventures, and then delve into the story, its history and politics, adaptations, and why we’re still so captivated by the detective and his good doctor. Holmes himself famously said that there’s nothing new under the sun—but we’re willing to give him a run for his money. howeverimprobablepodcast.com/ https://twitter.com/improbablepod
After Dark Erotic Stories

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Let your imagination run! Grab your partner or grab your feelings come lay down relax and get in the mood with our series of short Erotic stories. Gauranteed to send chills up your spine and leave you in the mood! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hotshot150/support
Emma (version 5) by Jane Austen (1775 - 1817)

55 Episodes

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Avg Length 18m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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A cautionary tale about the evils of interference, matchmaking and good intentions turned awry, Emma is the study of a young woman raised without sufficient discipline or occupation. Handsome, clever and rich, Emma is the epitome of what a young woman should be in Regency England, except for the fact that her indulgent father and lack of a mother have left her spoiled and used to getting her own way. Emma's only true critic and voice of reason is Mr. Knightley, a gentleman whose opinion she values greatly. She delights in meddling in the romantic affairs of everyone around her, thinking celibacy is a privilege she alone can enjoy by virtue of her social standing. In the end, Emma is forced to acknowledge both her own lack of insight into the motives of others, and admit her need for a companion who can challenge her to become a better woman. (Summary by Moira Fogarty)
The Podcast At Dawn's House

58 Episodes

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Avg Length 114m

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Latest episode 11 days ago

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Three thirtysomething Irish women drink wine and talk about the Baby-Sitters Club.
The Art Of Thinking Clearly - هنر شفاف اندیشیدن

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خوانش کتاب هنر شفاف اندیشیدن نویسنده: رولف دوبلی
The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast

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"The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast with Mary & Blake" is an engaging and immersive journey into the enchanting world of Harry Potter. As the executive producers of this original podcast series, Mary and Blake bring their deep love and commitment to preserving the magic of J.K. Rowling's iconic books to the forefront. This is a SPOILER PODCAST. If you are spoiler free, this podcast is not for you. This podcast series is a captivating journey that takes you deep into the mesmerizing wizarding world, leaving no aspect of Harry Potter unexplored. Mary and Blake, the hosts of this immersive experience, are dedicated to delving into the rich tapestry of this magical universe. Prepare to embark on an intellectual adventure as they meticulously analyze the profound themes interwoven throughout the Harry Potter saga. Through thought-provoking character studies, they uncover the complexities and nuances of beloved and lesser-known individuals alike. No stone is left unturned as they embark on chapter-by-chapter breakdowns of the books, unraveling the hidden depths and symbolic brilliance meticulously crafted by J.K. Rowling. But their exploration doesn't stop there. With a keen eye for detail, Mary and Blake provide comprehensive analyses of the films, including the captivating Fantastic Beasts series. Additionally, they eagerly anticipate the forthcoming wizarding world television show, promising to provide insights and speculation into this highly anticipated expansion of the magical realm. Amidst their scholarly dissections, the hosts weave personal anecdotes and stories into the fabric of each episode. Through these heartfelt and relatable experiences, Mary and Blake offer a unique perspective, enhancing our understanding and appreciation of J.K. Rowling's sprawling adventure. Their commitment to sharing lesser-appreciated perspectives ensures that no corner of the wizarding world remains unexplored. As the Harry Potter TV series is being developed by Warner Bros Television for HBO Max streaming service, this podcast serves as a companion for fans eagerly anticipating the Max original series. This series will dive deep as It offers a degree of depth and exploration that complements the on-screen adaptation, allowing listeners to fully immerse themselves in the world of Potter. So whether you're a die-hard fan who has read the books multiple times or someone discovering the wizarding world for the first time, “The Potterverse” is your gateway to a magical journey that celebrates the rich and captivating world of Harry Potter. As readers follow Harry's journey, they are immersed in a rich tapestry of themes and emotions. Friendship, loyalty, and the power of love are central elements that resonate throughout the series. Harry's unwavering bond with his friends Ron and Hermione showcases the strength that comes from unity and the importance of standing together in the face of adversity. Meanwhile, his ongoing battle against the dark forces of Lord Voldemort explores the complexities of good versus evil and the sacrifices one must make in the pursuit of justice. Rowling's meticulous world-building adds layers of depth and authenticity to the story. From the bustling streets of Diagon Alley to the haunting halls of Hogwarts, every detail contributes to a vivid and immersive experience. Readers become invested in the intricacies of the wizarding world, with its magical creatures, spellbinding spells, and intricate history. The distinct houses of Hogwarts, such as Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff, offer a sense of identity and belonging, resonating with readers as they reflect on their own unique traits and values. The Potterverse: A Harry Potter Podcast From Mary & Blake Media
Historical Tales, Vol IV: English by Charles Morris (1833 - 1922)

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Avg Length 18m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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Volume IV of a series containing anecdotes and stories, some well-known, others less so, of particular countries. This fourth volume covers the history of England from its conversion to Christianity up to the reign of Queen Victoria, describing history for children and young adults in an exciting and novel manner. (Introduction by Kalynda)
The Story Studio | Self-Publishing, Independent Art, and the Future of Storytelling

57 Episodes

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Avg Length 49m

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Latest episode 4 years ago

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Welcome to The Story Studio — a podcast where an independent publishing company explores the world of self-publishing, independent art, and the future of storytelling. A show for filmmakers, writers, comic book makers, crowdfunders, authorpreneurs, creators, and anyone looking to tell stories in the modern world.

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Yuki: Space Assassin

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27 Episodes

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Avg Length 17m

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An Erotic Fiction podcast. The daring (and sexy) adventures of a femme fatale just making her way through a wild Galaxy. Inspired by the feel of ’80s and ’90s sci-fi adult films and comics, and all themes and clichés they entailed. If scantily clad slave girls and the lusty aliens that covet them aren’t your thing. Baby, don’t say we didn’t warn ya. The Galaxy is a wild place, the Human Federation does little to protect its people on the outer edges before treaty space, where Empires build their economies on slaves and war. That’s where Yuki makes her name as the deadliest Human Assassin. Always on the edge of the known verse looking for big scores and infamous targets, all with a smile on her face. Though she’s cocky, some would say too cocky. This flaw puts her in some very titillating situations... Like what you hear? Visit our Patreon for bonus episodes, comics, and *special* audios.
Authorpreneurs Unleashed

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Avg Length 56m

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Demystifying the Business of Writing. Join us each week as we explore the challenging world of being an author & entrepreneur! From bestselling authors to up-and-coming newcomers, our diverse guests will provide unique insights on branding, marketing tactics, staying productive & focused - plus so much more. Be part of a vibrant community committed to helping all writers succeed in their creative endeavors!
Pep: Poise, Efficiency, Peace by William C. Hunter (1866 - )

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Colonel William Crosbie Hunter was a businessman and self-help writer who was moderately popular in the early 20th century. His books set forth his personal philosophy on health, happiness, human relations, and success in the business world. Pep, billed as "A book of how's not why's for physical and mental efficiency," was published in 1914 and went through several editions. (Introduction by Pleonic)

Wings Of Fire Nerds

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Avg Length 9m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

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This podcast is about the book series Wings Of Fire! hope you enjoy! WARNING CONTAINS SPOILERS if you have not read Wings Of Fire (WOF) then please do unless you are happy with spoilers. please subscribe and tell you're friends about the podcast.

3 Chicks On Lit

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3 Chicks On Lit

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3 Chicks On Lit is a Hip, Fun, & Sassy Literary Hour.
Contact us at [email protected]

The Organist

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The Organist

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Latest episode 4 years ago

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Take a weird, thoughtful and pleasurable journey into literature, music, art, philosophy, the internet, language, and history with McSweeney's and KCRW.
Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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Gilbert Sandler is one of Baltimore's most-read and well-known local historians. For more than thirty years, through his articles in the Baltimore Sun, the Baltimore Jewish Times, National Public Radio and his books and lectures, he has shown Baltimoreans, through anecdote and memory, who they are, where they have been and, perhaps, where they are going. He was educated in Baltimore's public schools and graduated from Baltimore City College; in World War II, he served in the United States Navy as a ship-board navigator in the Pacific. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and has a master's from Johns Hopkins.
The Rainbow by D. H. Lawrence

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Set against the backdrop of a rapidly industrializing England, the bewildering shift in social structure, the fading away of traditions and the advent of new ways of life, The Rainbow by DH Lawrence depicts how one family's story becomes the story of a society. Originally planned as a novel titled The Sisters, Lawrence finally split the theme into two separate novels after many revisions and rewrites. The Rainbow is the first novel in the Brangwen family saga. Tom Brangwen is a small time farmer in rural Nottinghamshire. He meets Lydia Lensky, an aristocratic Polish refugee and widow who has a daughter, Anna, from her previous marriage. Tom is fascinated by Lydia's “foreignness” and soon proposes marriage. The couple lives a happy and contented life. They have two sons of their own. They live quietly, and the smooth tenor of their lives is interrupted occasionally by Anna's restlessness and haughty ways. When Will, who is Tom's distant relative, comes to visit, Anna falls in love with him. The family is happy and supportive and the two marry in the local church. However, Anna's illusions are soon shattered. Will is also bewildered by the changes he finds in Anna when she becomes a mother. Their daughter Ursula becomes his support and confidant. The Rainbow was subjected to severe criticism and censorship when it was first published in 1915. Lawrence's frank treatment of human desires and women's feelings was considered to be a corrupting influence and the book was condemned in an obscenity trial in the same year. This resulted in it being banned for more than a decade in Britain. Copies of the book were seized and burnt. However, modern day readers may find it relatively “tame” and free of anything offensive. The Rainbow is a sensitive and compassionate view of the human condition and the three women characters are extremely memorable and remarkably portrayed. Lawrence later wrote the sequel, Women in Love which follows the lives of Ursula and her sister Gudrun. Another notable feature in The Rainbow is Lawrence's close connection with Nature. Added to this is the sweeping scale and scope of the narrative which spans a long half century in time. In The Rainbow, we find many memorable lesser characters and side plots, which make it a complete and extremely fulfilling work of art. As a novel by a writer known for his concern about the dehumanizing effect of industrialization, the emotional health of people and their conflict with rigid social structures and attitudes, The Rainbow is indeed a great book to experience.

ATP de Matemática.

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ATP de Matemática.

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Realização da atp de matemática.
Speaking With The Authors

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In this podcast, we interview famous authors from all around the world to get a better understanding of their books.
Een reiziger, die geen handel drijft by Charles Dickens (1812 - 1870)

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Avg Length 27m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

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Een serie journalistieke artikelen uit het tijdschrift 'All the Year round' geschreven in de periode 1860 - 1869. In deze artikelen worden veel sociale misstanden van het 19de-eeuwse Engeland beschreven. Samenvatting geschreven door Marcel Coenders.

Once Upon a Line

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Once Upon a Line

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A line or two ... that changed everything. Ever read something so profound that it stays with you even to this day? This podcast is where readers share the passages they most treasure and why.
Live from the Boom Tube!

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Latest episode 4 years ago

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Jump into the Boom Tube! A casual conversation about comics for the casual comic book fan, highlighting three issues a week from Marvel, DC and a third publisher chosen every week. Perfect for the MCU fan looking to get into comics, or for diehards looking for easygoing analysis of their favorite books.

Art Howard at Night

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Music, comedy, interviews

Eye on Books

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Interviews With Authors of New and Bestselling Books
History of Everyday Sayings

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Latest episode 15 days ago

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In each episode you discover the surprising history of how sayings we use today came to be long ago. This show is for you if you are a logophile - meaning of course lover of words - a writer, speaker, philomath, or someone who simply loves history tidbits you can use to amaze and impress friends and family.

Adventures With Words

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Adventures With Words

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 6 years ago

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Rob and Kate host a weekly podcast exploring storytelling in books, television, film, comics, theatre, radio and more. This feed comprises all our podcasts: Adventures With Words, the Young Adult edition and Literally Unplanned
Curious, Chaotic, Creative

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Conversations that explore the creative life, fuelled by curiosity and chaos.

The Evocative Author

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The Evocative Author

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Using figurative language, author Elizabeth Sumner Wafler evokes strong memories, a sense of time or place, images, or feelings in her readers' minds. Allow her to introduce you to other outstanding writers, who chat with Elizabeth about their books and reveal their own tips for creating more powerful imagery.

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Latest episode 5 years ago

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How Story Works

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Latest episode 4 months ago

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How Story Works is a podcast for everyone who loves stories. If you’re a writer, understanding how story works will help you craft better stories. If you’re a lover of stories, the podcast will give you added insight into your favorite tales, and extend the toolset you use to better understand the stories you love. Join NYT bestselling author and story expert Lani Diane Rich as she demystifies stories and storytelling, allowing you to better write and appreciate the stories you love.